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Spanish Olympic Committee agrees Joma extension

Carolina Marin of Spain competes against V. Sindhu Pusarla of India during the Women's Singles Gold Medal Match on Day 14 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

The Spanish Olympic Committee has renewed its Official Supplier contract with sportswear brand Joma.

The deal will now run through to the 2022 winter Olympics in Beijing and the 2024 summer Olympics in Paris.

The news also covers any contractual concerns around the delayed Tokyo Olympics, which has been moved to the summer of 2021 because of the Covid-19 outbreak. The initial contract between the Olympic committee and Joma began in 2015 and was due to expire after the Tokyo Olympics initially scheduled for 2020.

The agreement is for the supply of clothing worn by athletes outside of competition, as each individual sporting federation maintains its existing supplier contract for the events in which its athletes participate. Joma products will therefore be worn by athletes on occasions such as the opening and closing ceremonies.

Joma has a well-established presence across Spanish sport, also holding the role of official kit supplier for the Spanish Rugby Federation and has an agreement with the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) for its futsal teams.